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Important New Bond Issues
By the Financial Editor
Y the time this issue of THE NEW SUCCESS Chicago, Burlington & Quincy; $33,000,000
reaches its readers, either there will have par-value general mortgage 7 per cent bonds of
been definitely offered, or arrangements the Great Nortbern Railway, maturing in will have been substantially completed for the 1961; and $33,000,000 refunding and improveoffering of an issue of $230,000,000 par value ment 6 per cent bonds of the Northern Pacific Great Northern Northern Pacific “joint Railway, maturing in 2047. They will be conbonds,” so-called.
vertible at the option of the holders at any time This offering is of peculiar interest in several before 1936, at par, into the Great Northern 7 ways. It is not only the largest financial opera- per cents which are not subject to redemption tion with which the investment market has had before maturity; or into the Northern Pacific 6 to do since the negotiation of the huge Govern- per cents which are subject to redemption at ment loans of the war period; but it is one of 110 up to July, 1936, except that the conversion the largest, if not the very largest, single piece privilege will cease when $115,000,000 par value of corporation financing in the history of our in the aggregate of Great Northern or Northern development, It has been looked forward to, Pacific bonds shall have been issued in exmoreover, as an event likely to mark the turn change. for the better-in-general investment market Without going into great detail, some idea of conditions.
the security for the new 612 per cent bonds, as The purpose of the issue of the new bonds is to principal and interest, may be conveyed by to provide for the maturity, on July 1, of an reference to the fact that the Chicago, Burlingissue of Great Northern-Northern Pacific joint ton & Quincy stock, alone, has a book value of 4 per cent bonds, secured by collateral in the about $200 a share or a total of over $330,000,form of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy stock. 000 for the amount deposited as collateral; that At the time of writing this comment, the details the equity for the bonds, represented by the of the new issue have not all been officially an- stocks of the Great Northern and Northern nounced. They have, however, been before the Pacific, has a total value, at current market Interstate Commerce Commission for consider- quotations, of about $347,000,000; and that the ation and approval for some time. While pos- combined net earnings of the three railroads, sibly subject to some change, they may now be available for interest on the bonds, has averoutlined substantially as follows:
aged in amount during the last few years The bonds will bear interest at the rate of 672 sufficient to cover charges on the new issue two per cent per annum and will run for a period of to three times over. fifteen years—to 1936. They will be the joint The old joint 4 per cent bonds which the new and several obligations of the Great Northern issue will replace have long enjoyed a very high Railway and the Northern Pacific Railway, and investment rating, and are held in large amounts will have the following collateral as security: by institutions like insurance companies which $164,000,000 odd, par-value stock of the follow the most conservative standards in the
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employment of their surplus funds. Their During recent years, the difficulties of the market record, moreover, has been one of ex- companies furnishing local transportation faciliceptional stability through good times and bad. ties have been due, in the main, to the fact that
At about 9612, the price at which it has been their costs of operation have risen rapidly, while intimated the new 672 per cent bonds will be their income has been held rigidly within the issued, the yield to maturity figures out about limitations of their franchise contracts, pre678 per cent. An investment opportunity is scribing, in most cases, five cents as the standard thus afforded, which should prove exceptionally fare. attractive, and it is the opinion of this magazine. In a large number of instances, the public that some of the new bonds might well find a service commissions have interpreted these place among the holdings of all classes of in- contracts liberally, and without opposition on vestors, small as well as large.
the part of the municipal authorities, have
granted the operating companies relief in the NVESTORS, should make a practice of form of permission to charge higher fares. In
have a bearing, either direct or indirect, on the circumstances to get away, temporarily at status of the securities which they hold. Such a least, from the five-cent-fare handicap have practice is not only necessary to gain mature resulted in opposition and the fighting of the investment experience and the ability to dis- issue in the courts. criminate nicely in the selection of securities, Two cases of this kind were those of the combut it is almost certaio to prove absorbingly panies serving San Antonio, Texas, and Fairinteresting.
field, Iowa. In the one case, the Supreme For example: We have in mind a recent de- Court affirmed decrees of the lower courts encision of the Supreme Court of the United joining the city from enforcing a five-cent fare States which appears to contain many interest- with universal transfers; and, in the other case, ing possibilities as affecting the status of street- it set aside decrees of the lower courts rerailway securities, which has long been unsatis- straining the company from increasing rates factory.
above those fixed in its franchise. In both cases, the Supreme Court held that a contract calling for a rate which could be shown to be confiscatory would not stand in law.
There are undoubtedly a good many other Here's One
cases in which application of this just and reaContented
sonable interpretation by the court of final
jurisdiction may not only serve to maintain the Investor
integrity of traction securities, but also save the
companies from complete failure to render Let us tell you something about safe, profitable service adequate to the needs of their commuinvestment through the words of M. I. McHenry, nities. Willard. N. Y."About four years ago, after hesitating and investi
The man with an idea has ever changed the gating your company through all possible sources, I world. made my first investment with you. Since that time I have told several friends about your bonds and today I can name just ten people who own them. We
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CHARLES L. BERRY Salesmen.
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